Our next Discover Speaker Series is not far away! Come learn about how the Coast Guard conducts search and rescue and learn safety tips that could save your life someday!
Join us at Wet Science Center on Thursday, November 15th from 7:00 – 8:30 PM for a harrowing talk by Lt. Lindsey M. Neumann about how the United States Coast Guard stays safe, and how you can too.
The Estuarium’s Discovery Speaker Series is a free event hosted at LOTT’s Wet Science Center on selected third Thursdays. For more information please visit: SSEAcenter.org/dss
It’s Ocean Acidification October at the Estuarium! Join us for a month dedicated to learning the causes and effects of ocean acidification and how we can change its course.
While Ocean Acidification October may only be a month long, the Estuarium is excited to debut two new permanent exhibits made possible by our #powerfulpartners at Puget Sound Energy.
Come explore our new “Ways to Make a Difference” exhibit featuring our hands-on enviroscape and tips to help you reduce your carbon footprint. While you’re at it, learn the ins and outs of ocean acidification with our ocean acidification science experiment!
Join us October 20th for a free admission day along with a wonderful Puget Sound Energy talk on getting the most out of your energy usage and reducing your carbon footprint from 1:00 – 2:00 PM.
Fall is officially here. Though the warm weather has packed up for the year, the Estuarium has rain proof activities lined up starting with our 2018/2019 Discovery Speaker Series! Join us at LOTT’s Wet Science Center on selected third Thursday’s for Puget Sound centered education that’s sure to peak your curiosity!
Our first talk of the series is “What’s Hiding in Your Catch? The Marine Biotoxins of Puget Sound” by Audrey Coyne, Marine Biotoxin Coordinator at the Office of Environmental Health & Safety, on October 18th. You won’t want to miss it!
This year’s cruise was cancelled due to weather. NEXT year’s Cruise will be September 15th, 1 – 5 pm. Don’t want to miss it….put it on your calendar now.